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  • Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)
  • Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)
  • Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)
  • Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)
  • Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)

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Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)

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Agostino Recca Fresh Anchovies from Italy - Whole Anchovies for Pizza, Pasta, and Salad - Salted Anchovies in an 800g Can (Pack of 2)

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  • ???? Fresh Whole Anchovies From Italy - Enjoy wild-caught & fresh anchovies from Agostino Recca!
  • ???? Perfect For Pasta, Pizza, Sandwiches & Salads - Our anchovy fillets give rich flavor to any dish!
  • ???? Source of Protein & Omega-3 - Our salted anchovies provide a healthy snack for you & your family!
  • ???? All-Natural - These Anchovies Fillets in Salt are free from artificial flavors and preservatives.
  • ???? 2-Year Shelf Life - Reccas whole canned anchovies use salt & brine as a natural preservative!
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Not worth the trouble compared to other premium anchoviesI'll start by saying that I'm totally on board with artisan products that are superior even if they require extra work. Unfortunately, these are massively more work than other premium anchovies (which are basically no work!) and the end result is not as good. The idea here is you remove anchovies, rinse them or soak them, then fillet, then soak in olive oil. In reality the process of removing from the salt, then soaking, then removing bones, yields a smashed / broken / chopped up product. Also, the soaking process seems to affect the texture, water logging the flesh. Also, I'm careful. I have good knife skills. I'm still not getting consistently good results.Okay, then once the process is complete, how are the anchovies? They're okay. They're not nearly as meaty or clean tasting as, say, Ortiz anchovy fillets. They are more cost effective, but not at the rate of effort put into the process. Then there's this: the process is such a hassle that I end up not using many, so I have an open can of anchovies sitting in my refrigerator topped with its owns salt and a round of parchment paper (as suggested). That isn't exactly the most hygienic thing in the world. So now I'm wary about eating the rest, and that's not even something I particularly stress about with most foodstuffs.Anyway, I'll chalk this up as a learning experience and I'll return to premium brands like Ortiz for eating whole, pizzas, and tapas, and something more like Roland for Caesar salad, soups and stews, etc., where texture isn't important.As for the remainder of this can, perhaps I'll puree the entire remainder - after a thorough soak - and use it as a paste.2Real food for people who cookThe difference between these anchovies and the tiny cans in your supermarket is the difference between real caviar and the flavorless, salty, red fish eggs that don't cost anything.Is it a little more hassle to deal with these then opening a can? Yes. Are they saltier? No. Rinse them in cold water (warm water will make them fall apart in your hands). Soak them in milk for a little while. Rinse again. Peel the flesh from the small backbones and use. They are actually less salty than the little cans.5for afficianados only, and the daringAmateurs should avoid this salt laden can of whole, headless anchovies. Much better to start with a jar of anchovy filets in olive oil. Once soaked in water to reduce the salt, they are quite edible but full of intense fishy flavors. After you open the can, the remainders should go into a glass jar with a tight lid, the jar preferably wrapped in brown paper to not offend one's fellow fridge users. These are well made and old school- they just need a little water de-brining to civilize them. I am glad to acquaint myself with this end of the anchovy spectrum, but it may be off the charts for some.4I love anchovies, but these bones are a deal breakerI hate to give this only two stars, because maybe it's the best of what this is. I read that other reviewers eat them without removing the bones. I tried that and it was awful. I chewed and kept on chewing until the bones became like a mouthful of straw. I thought the spine bones would be soft... nope. Also, the fins are still attached and those bones are like cat claws. After completely destroying the first anchovy trying to remove the spine and fin bones, I got slightly better at it and was able to taste the anchovy meat, and it was excellent. But, the best speed I could get was a full minute to de-bone each anchovy and still retain most of the meat. If someone has a simple way of removing the bones, or even softening them to make them edible, I'd like to know what it is and if it works for me, I'll post an update.2Best anchovies Ive ever had!Most amazing flavor of anchovy ive ever tasted! Im a self proclaimed gourmet chef and LOVE anchovies on everything! So Im always striving for the BEST flavor I can find. These came whole in can filled with salt and a brine. After gently cleaning each anchovy in cold water, and then letting them soak in water for 15 min while changing the water out every 5 min, I had to taste one. HOLY CRAP WAS IT SALTY. Now some people probably like them fillet and you could do that but I didnt mind the small bones so I then packed them in a glass jar with pure olive oil and left them in the fridge overnight. The next day i tasted another one, IT WAS LESS SALTY AND THE FLAVOR HAD IMPROVED! Today is day 4 and just had 2 at work with some crustinis and oh my god...HEAVEN....it was even less salty than before and the flavor was amazing! WIll def be buying another can once I run out. This will prob last me a month or 2.5Real food. Not processed faux food. Delicious!If you are willing to get involved in your food these are wonderful. Yes, they take some prep work, but they more than reward the extra effort.Very tasty and a noticeable improvement in flavor over the typical fillets in jars. Wonderful full rich and deep flavor without any objectionable fishiness.I just remove the contents of the can and put them into a glass container and store in the refrigerator. Every week or two I'll take two or three layers of anchovies out of that container and prepare them by rinsing, cleaning and filleting (sounds like more work than it is). The prepared fillets go into another glass container in the refrigerator covered in olive oil until needed.Real food that is real good. Glad to have found these and tried them. Have reordered and am working through my second can now.7/14/2017 update: Just placed an order for two more cans. Nice quantity discount on something that i enjoy using often.5Some people like the crunch of the little bonesThe flavor and versatility of these anchovies is incredible.For starters, these are not for eating right out of the can; they need a bit of a wash and soak to control the intense saltiness. Personally, if I'm going to be eating them alone or on tapas, I prefer to clean and debone them. Some people like the crunch of the little bones, so you should least give it a try to see if that's your thing.Here is how I prepare them:1) Open can and transfer all sardines out to a glass long-term storage container, lining container with salt & reusing as much salt from the can as possible.2) Take sardines out of container, put them in a little bowl, and gently run water over them for a minute or so. Then let them soak in water for 5-10 minutes.3) Dump the water and then add half-water/half-white-vinegar and let them sit for about 5 more minutes... although sometimes I do skip this step.-) This is the point where I will use them for things like salad dressing, or in other recipes where they get smashed up4) Get a small cutting board and carefully run knife up belly and down back and remove tail. Pull filet off one side, and scrape out entrails. Carefully remove backbone (I usually start from the tail as that starts a bit easier) and pull out any left-behind bones. This process takes me about 60 seconds per sardine.-) I love eating them here in tapas, but some think they are too salty so I generally do the next step5) Pack them in a nice olive-oil and let rest for a few days or longer (up to weeks or more, although mine never last that long)6) Serve up on crostini, with pickled peppers, with olives, with capers, or anything else you want.I uploaded a picture where you can see them in step 1, 4 and 5.5Great anchovies!Got these anchovies to put in my Caesar's salad dressing and I was not disappointed. They are far superior to those scrawny little fish sold in your local grocery. I will definitely purchase this item again5Anchovies in Salt - How to prepare and enjoy!!Fantastic source of Omega-3 from a fish that can only be found in certain parts of the world. Unfortunately most people don't know how to prepare fish packed in salt. My wife removes the salt (don't discard it)..remove the anchovies you want to use for the next few days and place them in a bowl. (put the salt back in the can to cover the anchovies remaining - cover with foil or wax paper and place the can in the fridge) Add a little water and red wine vinegar to the bowl with the anchovies. Gently turn the anchovies with your hands to rinse off the salt residue. Drain the water and vinegar and do the same thing again using a little more vinegar than water. After draining - place the anchovies in an oval bowl and cover them with Extra Vergine olive oil - add (abundant) black pepper and oregano - slice up a fresh hot pepper (small pieces). Allow to set for 24 hours. We love them as an appetizer or a late night snack with cheese, a salad and Italian bread. My wife likes to add a little vinegar to hers but I like them with the oil, oregano etc.5Great !!They were a little different than I was expecting , I've always bought the small cans of anchovies at the local store , it turns out , they are filleted and these are whole fish (minus the head) , but they are great , they are about one eighth of the price of the small cans here (1.5 ounces for $4.99 !!).The best way to eat them is like someone else posted , rinse salt off and let sit in warm water to get rid of more salt for about ten minutes , then add some hot peppers and cover in olive oil and let sit for a few days.Wow , are they good on toast and pizza , will be buying more of these , oh , and no need to fillet them , just eat the whole thing , like a sardine , I personally don't eat the tail as I give those to my cats , but they're completely edible too.Would recommend these to anyone who likes anchovies !5
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